The Virginia Creeper trail is an abandoned railroad line that runs between the North Carolina boarder near White Top, VA and Abingdon, VA 33 miles away in the South West corner of Virginia. The trail began as a Native American footpath and was later used by European explorers including Daniel Boone. In the early 1900’s
The rail trail is my world. No cars, only cyclists and hikers. I was an avid cyclist living in Denver Colorado and I rode at least once every day. We did long distance road rides and technical mountain biking.
The Montour trail was a pleasant surprise in the suburbs of Pittsburgh. I grew up in Pittsburgh but I haven’t lived there since I graduated from college in the 80’s. I’ve never thought of the area as a great location for cycling but there are some really nice rail trails that have been developed that keep you […]
This is the sixth and final video covering our bike ride from Pittsburgh to Washington DC on the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal Trails. The Great Allegheny Passage is called a Rail Trail as it was an old railroad line converted to a multiuse trail. The video starts with us crossing a railroad bridge […]